20 Pricing Tables That Will Make You Click

Design Elements, creative, design, Inspiration, Marketing, pricing tables

Fri, 22 May 2015 05:33:03 +0000

If it has anything to do with money, you just have to get it right. This is an important thought to remember when you’re designing that pricing table on any website. Remember, everybody wants value for their money. They want to know that they’re spending it in the right place, and for the right reasons. An effective pricing table can make any potential customer realize that as you help them look beyond the price and focus more on what they get out of the deal. Making That Price Count Money is still money, no matter how you look at it. Even if you’re looking for something of high quality, you will always catch yourself exclaiming, “That much???” when you see those figures. The image of a price tag does not automatically tell a consumer’s brain, “This is the price of a quality product.” All that your brain is going to see is, “This is a high price.” This is why in designing a price table, the focus must be on the benefits, and not on the actual price. Seeing a huge price tag on anything will only send red flags to the brain. However, strategically listing down the benefits and features that come with the service or product in a way that highlights them more than the price would make the potential client realize that the price is worth it, once they do notice the price. Strategic Placement Across different pricing tables you’ll see online, you’ll notice a different approach used on each of them. Some may list the prices in ascending order to build up excitement as the list of features gets longer and longer. Some may list everything in descending order, giving higher emphasis to the high-end offering before anything else. Some may also list the packages in such a way that the middle pricing is given more emphasis, believing in the concept that people may not always go for the highest package thinking it’s too much, and not for the lowest one thinking it may be too little. The format you use will still depend on your market’s personality and preferences. Dig deeper into their minds and think about how they would react to each approach. To give you a better idea of how this is done, check out these awesome pricing tables. They have highlighted all the right things on their page, making each potential customer want to click and purchase right away. Wistia Hubspot Hatchbuck Handshake Casengo Coconut Calendar Pokerjuice Edicy Harvest Learndot Easy Pairing Cashierlive Bugsense Zendesk Onehub Appscend Crowdrise Mailchimp Ontraport Algolia

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

 

Top 10 Hipster Fonts

Typography, download, font, free, hipster, Retro, typeface, vintage

Thu, 21 May 2015 05:47:14 +0000

The term “hipster” conjures different thoughts in different people. For some, plaid button-ups and well-trimmed beards spring to mind. For others, retro authenticity and trendy coffee shops are the hallmarks of this iconic style. Either way, the hipster ideals are in full force in just about any creative industry these days. We here at Webydo are all about helping creative folks create and use their imagination when designing for the web. So, if you’re craving a touch of hipster style in your designs, go ahead and give these fonts a try! Chunk Large and in charge, this font has a bold presence with clean lines. With a look similar to newspaper headlines of old, Chunk fits the bill for trendy classification thanks to its retro appearance. Use this font if you really want to get your point across! Rex Created for the purpose of building unique headers, Rex is an all caps font that’ll make your hipster designs stand out. It’s worth noting that there is actually a difference between caps with this font, though you’d be hard pressed to find it at first glance. Weston Weston immediately instills a vintage vibe with its rounded edges and traditional lines. This font shines when used for logo modification and headline emphasis. Using combinations of the inline and bold face variations will add an extra hipster flare. Blanch This font is the epitome of modern meets traditional. Super smooth contours with a subtle appearance, this font was originally designed for a company of the same name. This font can be used in just about any arena which makes it a great all-purpose hipster font. Homestead The description for this one reads: “Inspired by our desire and need to explore. Always searching for the place to call home.” That pretty much sums up the entire hipster movement. Even the name of this font bleeds hipster. Semantics aside, this font features a pattern of “patches” that almost give it a plaid look. This font is another good choice for titles and headlines. Coolvetica Coolvetica is a sans serif font with plenty of versatility. It scales well and can be used at any weight to achieve the desired effects. Based on retro, 1970’s logos, Coolvetica can add an authentic and custom look to your designs. Aldine Aldine is a unique font in the sense that it was created from an actual proof of a wood type alphabet from the American 1800’s. Hard to get more authentic and retro than that right? With wide letters and a mix of line weights, this font can be used to further emphasize headers. Inner City Inner City is a font that could have jumped straight out of a modern art museum. Simple and elegant, this font’s close letter spacing and clean lines lend it a modern, hipster look. Thanks to its no-nonsense appearance, this font can be used in a wide variety of settings. Microbrew This font is all about the vintage look and feel. From the shaded lettering to the double-letter ligatures, Microbrew is a prototypical hipster font. Best used as a title and headline font, it gets bonus points for offering a set of symbols and ornaments that add to its usefulness. Rocket Script Rocket Script looks like it would be perfectly at home on a space ship from tomorrow land in addition to hipster designs. This retro font can add a spunky retro feel reminiscent of the 1950’s to a variety of design applications. While these ten fonts certainly aren’t the beginning and end of all hipster fonts, they are well designed and should give you plenty to work with in your hipster fueled endeavors!

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Nir Barlev
Nir Barlev
Nir Barlev is the Product Manager of Webydo, a professional online platform that allows designers to create a website with a built-in CMS without writing code. Nir has many years of experience in the web design & development arenas and he is known as a great tipper :-).

 

Design a Perfect Hipster Logo with These 25 Bundles

Shop, badges, banner design, creative, design, hipster, logo design, logos

Wed, 20 May 2015 05:22:29 +0000

Logo creation can sometimes be a long and difficult process. Sometimes, finding all the right elements which blend perfectly well with each other can be extra challenging particularly when you don’t have a theme to go on with. In recent years, a cool and trendy way to come up with logos is to come up with the hipster effect. What’s “hipster” anyway? By definition, a “hipster” is used to refer to someone who uses the latest trends as well as the latest fashion. Someone who is updated with all of the hottest things and at the same time, being able to dress fashionably can be called a hipster. A hipster can also be someone who isn’t part of the mainstream culture. When it comes to logo design, a hipster logo may include traits like having an old-style font face combined with something a bit more modern, blurred background images, and a retro-feel filter. Typography, clean lines, and a minimalist design also contribute to the overall “hipster” feel that your logo will have. Adding a filter or two may also help you achieve that hipster vibe you are going after. Filters in particular achieve that retro look that sets hipster logos apart from the rest. If you still feel that you can’t come up with a hipster logo all by yourself but you know that your business, website, or logo can benefit from having that hipster vibe, there are some resources you can use to create your very own hipster logo. I’ve done a bit of research and I came across a great selection of hipsterrific bundles which can help you create the perfect logo you are looking for. You can purchase the following amazing bundles and with the help of these tools, you can create your very own legit hipster logo! 16 Miscellaneous Logos Buy $7 Vintage Logo Badge Insignia Bundle 50 vintage logo badges. Buy $21 24 Vintage Badges Bundle Add these to your personal asset collection of logos, insignia, badges, wordmarks. Buy $24 33 Trendy Vintage Insignias Here’s a set of 33 vintage insignias which can be used as your logos, labels, badges, watermark and other identity and branding materials. Brand your creative projects with these retro style logos and it’ll bring out a strong branding presence and vintage handcrafted impression. Buy $9 NameBased Vintage Logos Bundle A set of 39 minimalist name based vintage logos. Buy $7 21 Vintage Badges 21 retro styled badges, signs and logos, 100% vector. Buy $10 7 Vintage Handdrawn Logos 7 vintage hand drawn style logos and badges. Perfect for apparel design, posters, stickers and much more. Buy $7 300 Logos & Badges 100 photography logos, 100 retro universal logos, and 100 retro badge! Each logo is fully editable. Buy $39 American Vintage Badges Buy $14 107 Logo Templates & Designs Bundle All logos are completely editable, made using free fonts, and can resized or scaled down to any size, without loss of quality. Super simple to edit on either PhotoShop or Illustrator. Buy $15 100 Photography Logos Modern and professional logo templates for photographers. One hundred logos to choose from. Full vector files. Buy $29 126 Retro Badges, Labels & Crests 126 retro badges, labels and crests. Buy $19 2014 Mega Bundle (13 Products) Everything from minimalist, classic, and hand drawn. Buy $25 42 Badges & Logos Collection Perfect for poster, sticker, packaging product design, t-shirt design, corporative identity and much more! Buy $20 326 Vintage Logos Badges One of the largest bundle of Vintage Logos! Buy $20 Hipster Vintage Logo Pack This pack includes 18 unique carefully crafted vintage style logos. Very easy to modify and use, perfect for creating logos, labels, badges, apparel, typography, websites, banners, stamps, stickers, t-shirts, etc. Buy $12 74 Vintage Labels & Badges 74 vintage logos, labels and badges. Buy $20 73 Vintage Logos Badges Buy $20 Badge Creator Kit (50+ Badge Bases) Are you tired of buying premade stock logos? If so, you can easily create your own logos/badges with this set of graphics. Buy $10 31 Logo Templates Perfect for Graphic designers or creatives looking to add to their assets collection, speeding up workflow stupendously. Buy $18 24 Vintage Logos & Badges Great Logos, badges and insignias ready to use, fully editable. Buy $15 6 Vintage Motorcycle Logo Templates Inspired by custom hand drawn artists and designers. These logos look hand drawn, but all the text is actually editable. These would look amazing as a personal logo or retro t-shirt. Buy $10 10 Native American Vintage Badges 10 Native American vintage badges great for your clothing, signs, posters, etc. Buy $10 10 Logo/Badge Templates 10 logo/badge templates that you can use for branding projects, labels, apparel design, typography and more. Buy $12 50 Retro Adventure Logos Inspired from the outdoor activities and traveling, each logo was handdrawn and carefully handcrafted to get the vintage, unique and handmade feel! Buy $17 Vintage Logo & Badge Mega Bundle This collection includes over 50 logos that would be perfect for websites, business cards, clothing, posters, and so much more. Buy $35

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

 

30 Logo Designs That Choose Beauty Over Simplicity

Logos, Complex, creative, design, ideas, Inspiration, logo

Tue, 19 May 2015 05:05:17 +0000

No matter what kind of business you have, your logo will always be one of the things that will matter the most when it comes to brand marketing. Your logo is the one thing that will stick to the minds of your target market, even if they cannot remember the name at first. It’s something that will carry your name and will give people a general idea of what your organization is all about. This is what makes your logo important. It’s not just the design itself, but the way that your corporate values are embedded into it. Each aspect has to represent something that your business stands for, and should not just be used for its aesthetic value. This does not mean that simpler logos are better all the time, though. It would still depend on the image that you want to portray to your audience. Simple versus Complex A lot of businesses choose logos that are simple, for the evident reason that it is often easier to remember as well. Just take a look at Nike, Apple, or Mitsubishi. They are among the simplest logos you might have seen in your lifetime, but they also hold that brand recall that immediately tells you what it stands for, even without the name displayed beside them. However, because of the simplicity that these logos portray, it is also easily forgettable if you don’t get it right the first time. A logo needs to stand out if you want people to remember it. And if you miss out on your logo choice the first time, it could definitely affect your marketing efforts. This is where the beauty of complex graphic designs when coming up with a business logo comes in. By default, beautifully designed artwork can immediately catch and hold anybody’s attention right away without as much effort. Take Starbucks Coffee or Heineken, for example. Their logos have more detail, which makes them stand out. Your audience may not be able to remember each line, or each small detail. But it’s this level of intricacy that makes it unique, that makes it interesting enough to be associated with the name that it represents. Complex logos are also harder to replicate. They carry that air of exclusivity simply because not everybody can simply copy the design and get every single aspect right. Here are some of the most beautiful logos designed to create a unique representation of the brands that use them: Skydog Jewelry by Amy Hood Ownage Logo by Breno Bitencourt Oaken Barrel Vineyard by LuBeraDesign Kanzler by Sagitov The Flour Mill by Jamiller23 Paradise by LarLap Mercedes Benz by Sgcanturk Nanosy by SOdesign T-shirt Totem by Dima Je K-Productions by Tomekbiernat Weltlauf by Olkiller WHISKEY BROTHERS by Arzarz Our Village by RitaKonik Giardini dopo la Pioggia by Philipp Ringli Floristel by Calypso123 Hughes & Walker by Levogrin Good News from Indonesia by Edypang Herki by Woelve Harley Street Psychology by CamoCreative Russian park by Sagito Night Hunter by sacrim Plexus Puzzles by Breno Bitencourt Tacos Banditas Gunned Down by Adam Grason King by Jose Canales MtatsmindaPark by Nick Kumbaria Adventure Club by Justin Pervorse   Hello Pretty by Amy Hood Tuck Shop by Ryan Putnam Tokyo Bicycles Logo by Emir Ayouni Nutriana Organic Powerfoods by Nebojsa Matkovic

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

 

10 Extravagant Airbnb Rentals You Will Want to Stay At

Architecture, Airbnb, creative, design, Inspiration, interior

Mon, 18 May 2015 05:11:06 +0000

If you’re a frequent vacationer or a first-time traveler, it’s likely possible that you may have heard about Airbnb. This revolutionary and social-loving website connects people who have a property to rent with travelers looking for a place to stay. The options Airbnb provide range from a spare room in a villa to a full access to an entire house. The choices are so varied that in some countries, you can actually rent a private island for you and your travel buddies. Airbnb, a site that started in 2008, has elevated the “room for rent” business to something more with its offers of full-on rentals of houses with multiple bedrooms and amenities. When you search for a property to rent in the site, you can stay as conservatively or as crazy as you like. For the former, you can search for typical houses, apartments and rooms. For the latter, you can search for castles, earth houses, tipis, caves and even treehouses. Due to the wide selection of these properties and the intense growth of the site, Airbnb has included a number of “Trust and Safety” features and conditions to the properties it offers. Benefits of Airbnb In the past, when a person travels, his only options were hotels or B&B lodgings. While these lodgings are still popular and sought-after, Airbnb provides new players to the game. It progressively becomes the go-to site of travelers – solo or with companions – because: It’s relatively affordable than staying in hotels. Many of the choices are kid-friendly like homes with a backyard or a playground. The majority of the properties listed can accommodate more people and often without the extra charge. It allows travelers to experience and stay in homes that are architecturally one-of-a-kind. It gives off a “sense of home” vibe where guests can be more at ease and comfortable with their surroundings. Airbnb also provides a unique personal connection between the host of the property and the guests. If you choose to stay with a host, he or she can provide reliable tips and guidelines on how to fully enjoy the local sites and destinations. Your host may also give tidbits about rarely discovered sites near the property.  Security at Airbnb One of the concerns that every traveler thinks about is the security of the place. This is one of the top priorities of the site as well. To provide a safe service all the time, the site provides: 24/7 hotline for “Trust & Safety” concerns or queries. Round-the-clock concierge service added to every booking. Unfiltered feedback and comments from previous guests. It’s also worth noting that a number of the “Trust & Security” features of the site are constructed to protect the host as well. These include an occasional host guarantee (money), privacy regulations, and assistance in screening guests. Etiquette for Airbnb Guests All travelers and vacationers that use the site to book a property is considered an Airbnb guest. As such, certain rules and regulations are expected to be followed once a guest stays at the property offered by Airbnb. These include: Keeping your personal belongings to yourself. Remember that you’re essentially living in someone else’s home so regardless if you’ve just rented a room or the whole house, you need to be respectful of the things that belong to your host. Minding your own business. The contract that you signed-up for is to rent the place for a short period of time. It doesn’t have a clause where you can butt in to the personal business of your hosts or the other guests. It’s okay to be friendly, after all connecting with others is one of the perks of travelling. However, it’s not okay to be intrusive and be an overbearing guest. Respecting the rules. Some Airbnb listings demand certain rules to be followed, like a no-smoking policy or a curfew to adhere to. Don’t play the “tourist card” or the “I’m just here for a short while” excuse to break the rules. Also, to avoid the “I didn’t know that’s not allowed” reasoning, make sure to read the contract or agreement form first before signing-up. Airbnb provides a different experience for travelers. It’s something that every traveler needs to try, even just once. It opens a whole new world for exploration, for connecting with others, for experiencing new things and for making every journey a memorable one. And being mindful of the fact that you’re renting a place for a short while and respecting the agreement you have agreed to will make your vacation stress-free and more enjoyable. Extravagant Airbnb Properties One of the strongest selling points of Airbnb is its selection of unique properties. Travelers can choose normal looking houses or homes with conceptualized designs. Some Airbnb apartments are traditional and simple, while others are out-of-this world and luxurious. Below are just ten of the most extravagant properties that Airbnb offers. Take a look at them and who knows, maybe on your next travels, you can book one or all of them. 1. The Seashell House The Seashell House is a one-of-a-kind two-bedroom, two-bathroom property in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. What makes this house extravagant is its amazing seashell contour sitting prominently against the nature’s backdrop. It is also located in a gated property on a cliff side off a tiny island so privacy is a sure thing. The north beach, undoubtedly the best beach in Isla Mujeres, is merely 15 minutes away from the house. View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb 2. Off-grid itHouse View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb Awarded as one of the “Best Homes in America” by Dwell, the Off-grid itHouse in California is an architectural masterpiece. As the name implies, the property is literally off-grid, and only powered by solar panels. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom property is deliberately devoid of television and Wi-Fi. It’s the perfect nest for travelers who wish privacy and tranquility while enjoying nature’s beauty. 3. Villa in Iceland Located in the north part of Iceland, this villa is a part of three stunningly built apartments in Vaðlaheiði named Villa Lola. The massive four-bedroom, two-bathroom villa is just a 10-minute drive away from Akureyri, north Iceland’s capital, that offers all kinds of restaurants, shopping malls, cafes, and galleries. From the villa, travelers can also take hiking tours up to Mt. Sulur, do horseback riding, visit heated swimming pools, and take part in professional scuba diving. View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb 4. Your Own Fiji Island. When it comes to Airbnb extravagance, one of the luxuries that top the list is the Nanuku Island in Fiji. Here, the traveler doesn’t merely rent a house or an apartment, but a private ISLAND. Vacationers will definitely escape the stress and the buzz of the city in this island with the magnificent display of nature in its rarest form. The potentially once-in-a-lifetime opportunity offers two basic bures – a Fiji-style home – complete with private bedrooms and bathrooms, outdoor dining area and even a sleep-out space. View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb 5. King of the Castle Vacationers need not have a royal blood to stay in true-blue castle thanks to the King of the Castle in Galway, Ireland. This beautiful, enigmatic, medieval castle can be booked just for a weekend or for as long as the guests want. Refurbishments were made to the castle in the past decade, making it updated with modern conveniences like solar water heating. The castle offers the master bedroom to its guests, along with two more bedrooms, living and dining rooms, storage spaces, and access to the turret. View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb 6. Cube House View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb Rotterdam in South Holland, Netherlands not just provides the best traveling locations; it also offers the Cube House. As the name implies, this unique two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is shaped into cubes. The artistically-built edges of the property along with a cozy “chillroom” on the top floor makes it one of the most popular extravagant houses Airbnb offers. 7. Italian Hilltop Villa View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb Podere Palazzo is a stunning country villa in Italia that is smack between Rome and Florence. The rustic splendor of the villa that is located atop a hill provides vacationers the pristine beauty of the surroundings. This includes rows after rows of orchards, vineyards, oak woods and pastures. The huge five-bedroom villa that accommodates up to ten guests requires at least seven nights as minimum stay. 8. Ocean Front Villa in Thailand. For serious waterbugs and beach lovers, the Ocean Front Villa in Phuket, Thailand is the place to be. This six-bedroom, five-bathroom villa is literally just a few steps away from the ocean. It’s also a short walk away from the stunning Kamala Beach where the water is deep blue and the food is praise-worthy. The exclusive villa also provides access to the amenities of the nearby Cape Sienna Hotel. View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb 9. Vegas Luxury Palm Place Penthouse When it comes to extravagance, Las Vegas will never be out of the list. The Sin City offers the luxurious two-bedroom, three-bathroom Vegas Luxury Palm Place Penthouse to travelers who wish to vacation like royalties. Fittingly designed with king and queen beds, kick-ass Jacuzzi tub and en suite bathrooms, this is THE house to rent and enjoy. View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb 10. Airplane Suite View Property Get $25 off your first booking at Airbnb Vacationers who wish an extraordinary extravagant place to rent need to stop searching now with the Airplane Suite in Gelderland, Netherlands. The one-bedroom property is a real-deal airplane that is converted into a luxury suite. This amazing space is furnished with a Jacuzzi, sauna, mini-bar, and pantry. It also offers guests with a free Wi-Fi connection. They look pretty amazing, right? And they are just ten of the most astounding, clearly extravagant properties that you can rent via Airbnb. For more awesome, weird, gorgeous, unique, lovely and popular home or room-for-rent properties all over the globe, try booking your next accommodations with Airbnb.

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 23 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

 

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